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are moving forward to reduce gun violence. >>> plus, sacramento basketball fans jump through more hoops to keep from the kings from leaving town. >>> and the exploratorium coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson of kqed news. welcome to "this week in northern california." governor brown is continuing the trade mission in china this weekend. he signed agreements between trade between china than california and help one of the polluting nations to improve air quality. he signed for a major development near jack london square. he promoted high speed rail. today, the governor presided over the reopening of california's trade and investment office in shanghai after ten years of it being closed. i spoke with john myers, political editor for kxtv news 10. john myers, welcome. >> good to be with you, joshua. >> how is governor brown doing so far? is he accomplishing the goals he set out to accomplish? >> i think so. jerry brown really had two goals, i would say, on this trade mission here to china. we're in shanghai. we're in the s
ahead. then here in sacramento in california, we are looking to make those tightest in the nation laws even tighter. state senate democrats sort of consolidated their bills into a package this week that they call the life-saving intelligent firearms enforcement act. the l.i.f.e. act. always an acronym. these are controversial bills. one would essentially ban the sale and manufacture of any semiautomatic rifle with a detachable magazine regardless of capacity or features. another one would require background checks for ammunition sales. these are very far reaching bills. i have to think it will be difficult even with the democratic supermajority that we have in the legislature. there is some suburban and rural democrats that will not vote for these probably. they are making a concerted push. these bills come to a first committee hearing next week. >> the issue in california, the gun sales across state lines. in nevada. is there anything nationally that they will do? we had a reporter go to a gun show. it was harrowing to hear the people walking down the aisle and say glock for sale. $10
hanging from a rope at a sacramento high-rise. his uncle does not believe his nephew was tagging graffiti as they suggested but they say the tools used to deface glass were all found at the scene. >>> republicans cannot take out the white house and that's even if clinton and vice-president joseph biden becomes a detainee. kentucky senator rand paul and jeb bush were there and the only one who stood a chance was chris christy. vice-president joseph biden and chris christy came out slightly behind. >>> president barack obama is trying to put gun control back in the spotlight. from the washington d.c. newsroom, he is dealing with lawmakers. >> reporter: senators will not likely start debating gun control legislation for two weeks instead of next week as planned. harry reid said it would be the number one priority when he returned this coming monday. he has excluded dianne finestein's web upon's ban bash weapons' ban and he said back ground checks should become universal including those at gun shows. one reason president barack obama is speaking i
is that has been some what of a necessity because of the lack of investment and sacramento and washington and the good news is that when you raise your own money, and you can write your own rules and that is something that we have done to the benefit and not done a lot of highways in the area and you tear them down more than you build them and we need to invest in the transit and we need to invest in the bicycle modes and when we generate a lot of money we have a better time doing that when we deal with the federal or the state rule book. and we tend to divide this money in this planning exercise, into two different pots, pretty much just to cut to the chase because a lot of the money about 80 percent of the money that we call committed is committed to the specific purposes by law and long standing policy as most of the money that you can see in this slide is main nens of the existing system and 90 percent of this money is going to maintain our existing infrastructure that is filling pot holes and replacing buses on a resonable schedule. we don't thifrpg that we should have a big argument
and and from sunday back here and the bay area. >> gary: the move family up and set a sacramento are saying these guys they want the team to be sold to seattle. sacramental remains an option. the best offer and on our mind is coming from the group in seattle. >> may i just action bluntly is anything wrong with sacramento? now >>. . there are other issues that we need more answers on. >> gary: sacramento because of their popularity popularity. it will be a long long time if they lost to sacramento guys with big money will not seek out sacramento. seattle along time powerhouse in the nba franchise. seattle is as certainly a story to follow. it sure looks like their hearts will be broken. >> gary: are growing arguing back and forth in now separated during the x games meanwhile hudson clears 31 ft.. usury on 49 alecia comes in and have fun on females. >> gary:
stories throughout the country and a lot of these stories that we weave together did come from sacramento. for example, jacob over here who was playing bill went in to a store to try to steal some paint and that actually did happen in sacramento, where they broke in, the guy was upstairs, he was the owner, he was being, you know, vandalized or stolen from and the kid got shot just for some containers of liquor. when we say these things happened, we did weave them together. is there a question back there? >> i was wondering on your personal opinion on the beating. >> our personal on gravanis, the whole thing is it's permission based. now, i know a lot of artists go out there and do gravanis art with permission, murals, commissioned art. for us that's not a big deal. there are a lot of murals in sacramento and san francisco that is all permission based. for us, we're kind of a sdae zero tolerance city in sacramento. you go out and you vandalize something, that's a crime. that's how we view that in our city. >> i tell them it's art, you got to express yourself but you cannot damage ot
search to replace him. >> the battle to keep the sacramento kings in california is in the big apple. groups from sacramento and seattle are in new york city to present their plan for the nba team to the league's board. sacramento mayor johnson is making his pitch to keep the team in the state capital. on the other side, seattle based group of investors including microsoft c.e.o. and sacramento is offering to build a half billion arena and seattle said they have 44,000 fan whose have committed tickets. >> and cal women's is going where they have never been before: the final four. they face four seed, georgia bull dugs on monday in the regional final in washington and the game went down to overtime thriller, with the final score, cal65-62 now they move to the final four in new orleans for the first time in cal history! congratulations. >> so cool. >> it is. mike nicco? >> we are watching the cloud cover that is dissipating. this live shot from the east bay hills to san francisco and mount tamalpais is on the right. we have rain on the way if tomorrow. we need it with a deficit from 4"
. >> the battle to keep the sacramento kings in california is in the big apple. groups from sacramento and seattle are in new york city to present their plan for the nba team to the league's board. sacramento mayor johnson is making his pitch to keep the team in the state capital. on the other side, seattle based group of investors including microsoft c.e.o. and sacramento is offering to build a half billion arena and seattle said they have 44,000 fan whose have committed tickets. >> and cal women's is going where they have never been before: the final four. they face four seed, georgia bull dugs on monday in the regional final in washington and the game went down to overtime thriller, with the final score, cal65-62 now they move to the final four in new orleans for the first time in cal history! congratulations. >> so cool. >> it is. mike nicco? >> we are watching the cloud cover that is dissipating. this live shot from the east bay hills to san francisco and mount tamalpais is on the right. we have rain on the way if tomorrow. we need it with a deficit from 4" to 6.5". i will tell you how much y
to sacramento. it's knocking on sacramento's door. the green is the rain. and the heaviest showers heading intestate 5 towards sacramento. it's a rainy soggy morning in the bay area all the way up to santa rosa and santa cruz. how many rain? looks like half an inch by the time we're done in san francisco. a little more farther to the north. portland, about an inch of rain. seattle, one or two days with periods of rain. the forecast today, it's an umbrella day, definitely central california, north california. up into the west is where we're watching the rain especially later today and that will san diego, the l.a. area, berkeley and into areas of arizona and southern nevada, you'll be dry. >> in case you noticed, yuma, arizona, 94 today. you can find the warmth. you just have to drive to the desert. >>> bill, stick around for this one. amazing video that we've got to show our viewers. new york artist michael berken created this animation tribute. what is it -- yeah, he used post-it notes. 4800 of these babies to come exact. it took a lot of time. it took 96 days spread over an 11-month peri
and being dumped in other states. a sacramento bee investigation revealed the patients were coming from the state run psychiatric hospital in las vegas. san francisco city attorney is launching an investigation. >> it's reprehensible and illegal and there are medicare and medicaid indivisible are implicated. there are treatment indivisible healthcare providers are required to adhere to. >> herrera sent a three-page letter to nevada's governor and the head of the health and human services department demanding answers and record of patient transfers. the bee reported in one case, 48-year-old, james brown, endured a 15 hour bus ride to sacramento. he had a three-day supply of meds. some instructions to call 911 when he arrived. >> just the transparency of what occurred so far is sending a clear message to nevada and any other jurisdiction that might be engaged. this isn't something that will be tolerated. >> well, in the case of that patient who was dumped in sacramento. he was reunited with his family. now the nevada mental health officials did tell the sacramento bee and admitted to
from the nba, it looks like the sacramento kings will be staying put. >> a unanimous vote, the caon committee, rejected the move. they'll pick a final vote next month. >>> no question about it. it felt like summertime today. >> it's going to feel even more sum meryer. >> -- summerery. >> lows in the 50s. wait until tomorrow night. some of you will stay in the low 60s as that offshore wind really gets cranking. >> san jose 53, san francisco down to 52. a sign things are heating up, tomorrow close to 87, we'll start getting hot on wednesday, 92 in pleasant on, you'll be up to 96 or 97 degrees. everything set up in the atmosphere, we have a big ridge getting stronger. it will really warm things you up and make it feel very summary outside. >> high pressure still out shore. it will be warm tomorrow, but it won't be hot yet. we'll be pretty close to where we were with 70s near the bay and 80s to low 90s. >> then on wednesday, the heat really gets going, as high pressure build to the north. >> wind guess close wise that. givers us the east wind. that'le coast. you'll be pushing 80 degrees
. tonight's drawing was held in sacramento. >> coming to you live from the golden state. hello, america, the california lottery headquarters in sacramento. >> the 43 state to join the game. the first tickets were sold on monday. $60million. here are the winning numbers. 1, 36, 40, 52, 53, and the powerball number is 20. we learned that no one in california won tonight's jackpot. the next drawing is saturday. >>> the post office will continue saturday service now that congress blocked its plan to eliminate saturday's delivery. they released a statement saying they are disappointed. they wanted to stop in august, a move that would save $2 billion a year but congress passed a bill that ensures 6 days of delivery. >>> we have new information tonight about chevron's plan to move hundreds of jobs out of the bay area. the company plans to relocate 400 possessions to houston. late last year there was concerns 800 jobs would be moving to texas. the company said the workers may be allowed to relocate if they chose. the cuts represent 11% of the 3500 workers that the east bay headquarters. >>> new
the sacramento kings. meeting is set for wednesday a day before the league's board of governor meet in new york city. last night the seattle investors announced that they have increased think bid by $25 million. the sacramento group said it planned to match seattle's offer, but that was before the bid was increased. >> this is about relocating a franchise, existing franchise from sacramento and we have done more than our part to keep the kings in sacramento and that ought to be the end result. >> a legal expert steles the sacramento bee that the nba has the right to accept a lower offer. a decision could come as early as thursday or friday. >>> a festive tradition kicked off today in san francisco. what music, art and food and the celebration that brought thousands of people to japantown. >>> cold winds return to the bay area. a live look at the bay bridge. meteorologist mark tamayo is next, with how strong those winds will be and when showers return to the forecast? you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you
against pait trop autos a store employee helped fbi break up a shoplifting bring praigt out of sacramento. >> i'm abc 7 news sandhya pat yes. a chilly night is ahead for parts of the bay area >>> you can see how san francisco police chase ended in dramatic fashion near the marina district. police sate car stolen from modesto crashed into a fire hydrant. and the suspect took off running. the two are still wanted tonight. >> well, hundreds of union workers building the new childrens hospital in mission bay walked off the job today. workers walked off the picket lines and claimed nonunion workers from a sacramento construction company are now working on what is contracted to be a union job site. >> there is 700 employees walking off the job today. not good for us and best not to have them here. >> union says they'll stay off the job and the construction company tells abc 7 news they're just following the lead of the contractor that's fired them as a third party. >> ache brae through could still help with malaria. >> the berkeley researcher producing a chief drug to combat malaria has been a
and into a front yard where the bull was. a sacramento area tv station reports gallardo was looking for work. the owner was not home when this attack happened and says his animal was defending it's surf. >> this is property, whoever the girl was, i don't know, i feel bad for the family. but they should not have jumped over the fence. >> animal control officers managed to capture the dog. it's been placed under quarantine. >> a spill spent sent an um employee to the hospital this morning. the employee had to be hospitalized after he passed out cleaning up a liquid that spilled. the team evacuated a business for several hours. >> tonight chevron submitted a report on the refinery fire and listed what changes it will make. the fire began when a pipe failed and leaking hydrocarbons exploded into flames. one official believes chevron must make changes. >> issue is how chevron makes appropriate decisions to replace the pipe before causing a leak that. is a process issue and safety culture issue. >> among changes are enhancing inspection procedures and internal communication review, better training
to build their dream homes sometime upping the ante in the fight over the owner shown of the sacramento kings. >>> a look how busy the chp has been in the evident to -- effort to crack down distracted driving. >> the impact of an air plan crash in into the sea in bali snapped the away air plane two two weisss. >> the bay area, 55 degrees right now. but with the west wind at 22, feels much, much cooler. we'll talk about >> ama: new details on the contact that ended the strike by san francisco symphony musicians. the musicians voted to ratify the agreement last night. it includes wage increase of 4.5% of the life of the 26-month contract. before the new deal their pay averaged more than $140,000. the musicians walked off the job march 13th following a dispute over wages. several performances were cancelled. >> a group of seattle investors agreed to pay more to buy the sacramento kings and move them to the pacific northwest. that's the ante for the kings by $25 million. one of the lead investors said the voluntary increase in the offer is, quote, a sign of our commitment to bring basketbal
for strategy, schmoozing and celebrating in sacramento. the state's democratic party is meeting this weekend to discuss the party's future plans, kpix 5's anne makovec explains the challenges ahead. >> reporter: it's the largest gathering of democrats in california since the party's historic election victories last november. >> i'm having a great time. >> absolutely outstanding. >> reporter: california democrats are celebrating winning a two-thirds majority in both houses of the state legislature. and the passage of prop 30 a new tax measure giving them more money to spend on their priorities. >> improve public education. implement the affordable care act, invest in infrastructure. >> reporter: things might be smelling le roses for democrats here at the state capitol but it's not the same scenario over on capitol hill where congressional democrats are trying to retake the house of representatives. >> we need to win 17 and we'll have at least three times that many in play in order to do that. >> reporter: they lost the democratic majority in 2010 and nancy pelosi lost her position as speaker
with a look at how officials are monitoring letters in sacramento. that is coming up. the senate defeesed an amendment, a vote ampk yord somewhat in the senate gatry -- gallery. listen. >> moments later the president flanked by former can gres woman gabby giffords had this to say. >> minutes ago 90% of the democrats in the senate voted for that idea it's not going to happen. because 90% of the republicans just goat voeted against that amendment. >> it failed by six votes. >> tonight los gatos union high school district officials say they are no grounds to expell three boys accused of sexual assaulting a school mate who later committed suicide. the district has been under criticism for the reaction before and after the 15-year-old hanged herself. the district points out the suspected assault took place in a party and was in the related to school. >> in oakland tonight investigators continue to piece together what led to the murder of a paramedic. five young teenager as rested yesterday on the day quinn boyer was buried. details are new at 5:00 for you. people are stunned by the ages of the
they are stepping up the battle. >> an emotional game for the sacramento kings and when the fans will know if the team is saying goodbye. first, the america's money report. >> good morning, topping america's money, the cost of maining the vehicles is going up. paying for gas, repairs, tires and insurance is 2 percent higher than last year according to aaa maintenance, with costs rising more than 11 percent. carnival cruise will spend $700 million to upgrade their fleet to be use the to improve plumbing, mechanical and electrical equipment after two of the ships lost power and were stranded at sea. >> look at the new can from budweiser a shape that is like the logo. the idea to attract new drinkers to hit back at the lagging sales. that is >> we have breaking news in san francisco, a picture from market street in the area of 3rd or 4th, the stretch is closed. there is a lost police activity. there is a suspicious package that the bomb squad is now checking out. to be safe, they have closed off this area along with grant avenue according to leyla gulen. this is the area where the city is sup
. it will continue to do so today and also tomorrow. 31 in tahoe. 52 sacramento. 47 ukiah. 50s down south. overall look for a cooler day today with temperatures sliding back in the 70s. maybe a few very low 80s. fog, sun, cooler. more of a westerly breeze. and now mainly upper 70s. antioch and brentwood in there. this is a cool, cool pattern for the north bay. gilroy 78. cooler into thursday and then level off friday. >>> time now 4:42. up next the the push to make yosemite national park even better. >>> and the new service that can tell you how crowded bart will be before you head to the station. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>>
in other states. a sacramento bee investigation revealed the patients were coming from the rawson-neal psychiatric hospital in las vegas. >> patient dumping in itself is reprehensible and it's illegal and there are medicare and medicaid laws that are implicated. there are treatment laws that health care providers are required to adhere to. >> reporter: herrera sent a three-page letter to nevada's governor and the head of the health and human services department, demanding answers and records. the bee reported in one case, 48-year-old james brown endured a 15-hour bus ride to sacramento. he had a three-day supply of meds for his schizophrenia, some snacks and instructions to call 911 when he arrived. >> just the transparency of what's occurred so far, i think it's sending a clear message to nevada and any other jurisdiction that might be engaged in this that this isn't something that's going to be tolerated. >> reporter: in the case of that patient who was dumped in sacramento, well, he finally was reunited with his family. now, nevada mental h
every day! subway. eat fresh. sacramento. assembly bill 48 cleared the public safety committee on a . >>> there is a new battle brewing over bullets in sacramento. assembly bill 48 cleared the public safety committee on a party line vote and that would require sellers to be licensed and buyers to background checks. gun rights groups say the bill is part of an attempt to weaken the second amendment. >> the bottom line, we have all kinds of guns and measures being sponsored in the legislature today that won't have any impact on crime and will only affect law-a boying citizens and make practices presently legal now illegal. >> the assembly bill would outlaw kits for magazines capable of holding 10 rounds or more and would require the state to notify local law enforcement agencies when anyone buys more than 3,000 bullets in a five-day period. would it make a difference in stemming gun violence and getting firearms off of the street in. >> and this morning, we put the question to elizabeth berkeley. >> we have a bunk of people not -- bunch of people not allowed to buy guns but no r
their case to sacramento to fight. >> plus we hear from 2 north bay paramedic. husband wife team who sprang into action to you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> parents of saratoga high school student who committed suicide after police say she was sexually assaulted at alcohol fueled party spoke publicly for the first time today. the parents of audrey pots say they have no doubt their 15-year-old daughter committed suicide as direct result of the assault. police say a photo of the assault was taken and then passed around. audrey hanged herself 8 days later. audrey mother says her daughter never told her what happened. last week police arrested 3 teenager boys for the attack. >> things that audrey did try to r
cauguiran kpix 5. >>> this isn't the first time a law like this has been put into place. sacramento and fresno have lodged similar crack downs. >> well, it it's not cheap to drive in the bay area, and we're not just talking about the gasoline. california drivers pay more than anyone to repair car damage caused by pot holes. san jose drivers pay the most followed by la and san francisco and oakland. kpix 5's patrick sedio shows the bay area is on a mission to patch the problems. >> it's terrible. it's costing me so much money because i have to get my wheels realigned. >> actually, i lost a rim. >> i had a flat tire more than once because of hitting potholes. >> today is the start of oakland's pothole blitz. who's working around the city filling up the holes that cause so much damage. >> yes, unfortunately if you hit a pothole, you can experience a jolt and possibly some damage to your vehicle that does happen on occasion. >> reporter: the reason for the horrible street conditions, the economy and david ferguson describes it as a game. >> however, as we fill a pothole, another pothole
of sacramento. when the crew tracked the smugglers it alerted a cutter to the scene. the discovery was made during patrols. oftentimes it's people on beaches who notify authorities when they spot smugglers. the street value was $5 million, and it brings this year's total up to 57,000 pounds, on par with last year's numbers. authorities believe this catch made quite a dent in the persistent drug trade through american waters so, good news for them. >>> oakland police are interviewing witnesses and looking for a suspect in connection with a deadly stabbing. police were called to the 2300 block of international boulevard around 5:15 this morning. the call came from a passerby who found a man lying in the street in front of a three story building. investigators are trying to determine if he was thrown from a balcony after he was assaulted. he had been stabbed three to four times. he also had other major injuries. >> he had blood coming from his head so obviously head trauma, but i don't want to speculate what kind of head trauma he had. >>reporter: the victim's identity has not yet been release
los kings en sacramento, se quedan en sacramento o se mudan a seattle y así serían las finales, (información en pantalla) oklahoma ante los Ángeles lakers san antonio ante pssu >>> en el este miami ante milwakee, indiaan chicago, brooklyn ante atlanta, jazz o los Ángeles lakers son el último boleto disponibe >>> le dan la bienvenida a los de recién ingreso e la americana los astros de houston. >>> mientras tanto los gigantes de san francisco abriran serie en milwakee san francisco es líder en el oeste con 9 ganados y 4 perdidos. >>> los raiders podrían cambiar la tercera selección colegial del próximo draft, al momento han firmado 16 jugadores. >>> el lunes vamos con los mejores goles del fin de semana en la premier league, el golazo de ba, un toque, en el partido de chelsea 1 manchester city 2, cristiano ronaldo ante athletic bilbao la victoria de los merengues 3 a 0, en méxico, bravo por martín, para el gol de la victoria ante los felinos para terminar con el invicto de los tigres, y monterrey con los últimos dos goles el primero de jesús corona la jugada hay que
tomorrow. you, too! >> we may. >> fans in sacramento, we don't need to hear this soundbite. i'll tell what you happens. they never worked a day in their life and they have lost it all, and they are about to get wealthy again. they want to sell the team to an ownership group in seattle, and david said it's still up in the air. but they are trying to keep the team in sacramento and they have some deep-pocketed guys, but as of right now it seems like it's going to seattle. >> it does. >> good luck to you and your blogs this weekend. >> good night, everybody! you kids should count yourselves lucky. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
. >>> a proposed law in sacramento could make california the first to penalize boy scouts of america that do not accept gay members and lead evers. the bill in sacramento would deny state tax exemption status that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientations, race, nationality oregon general. >>> an 8-year-old bay area girl is being honored at the capital this weekend that made a 911 call to get her mother help. her swift action helped emergency crews to come to the aid of her mother. robert vega who answered the call and alex is a are named to the local heros program. they're said to attend a ceremony thursday at the capital. >>> families who lost loved ones in the newtown tragedy are in washington tonight. jacqueline fail talked to one of the senators exclusively today. >> she loved life and lived it to the fullest. >> reporter: vick tickets died protecting her students. her sister is pleading for gun control legislation. >> i have seen the d
for the error. >>> delegations from sacramento and san francisco are making bids before nba owners in new york city. that committee will decide where the kings go. this time they are facing a tough opponent from their own time. an attorney from sacramento. the suit says the city's $448 million project violents the state eight constitution and environmental law. many community members support this. >> these schemes, these shenanigans just don't work. >> our position is there is a public benefit documented in a staff report and the public benefit was clear. this is a catalyst for economic development. >> seattle is also confident the kings will provide a big boost to their city. seattle's lead investor says he's already received 45,000 requests for season tickets. >> so many battles going on. >> for sure. >>> expect another dry, mild day. but a change in the weather is headed our way. up next, steve paulson will tell us what is right around the corner. ♪ >> and the sea lion with the love ofmusic. the trick u.s. santa cruz researchers used to get this mammal in touch with his inner dancer. >>>
. >>> delegations from sacramento and san francisco are making bids before nba owners in new york city. that committee will decide where the kings go. this time they are facing a tough opponent from their own time. an attorney from sacramento. the suit says the city's $448 million project violents the state eight constitution and environmental law. many community members support this. >> these schemes, these shenanigans just don't work. >> our position is there is a public benefit documented in a staff report and the public benefit was clear. this is a catalyst for economic development. >> seattle is also confident the kings will provide a big boost to their city. seattle's lead investor says he's already received 45,000 requests for season tickets. >> so many battles going on. >> for sure. >>> expect another dry, mild day. but a change in the weather is headed our way. up next, steve paulson will tell us what is right around the corner. ♪ >> and the sea lion with the love of music. the trick u.s. santa cruz researchers used to get this mammal
cuarto a un centavo en sacramento esperan aumentar el presupuesto . los comerciantes están preocupados. >> apenas tenemos para comprar imaginese. >> en enero el gravamen ya se había aumentado en un cuarto de centavo. >> después de declarar sus impuestos les explicamos las demoras que podrían enfrentar. >> ya envio su declaración de impuestos y se pregunta cuanto recibirá su devolución de impuestos? bueno en el irs tenemos que revisar su documentacion dentro de unos 20 días tendría su devolución de impuestos pero no es necesario que usted nos llame nosotros lo contactaremos si necesitamos algo. además el irs nunca inicia el contacto por teléfono. además si quiere saber fechas más especificas de su devolución de impuestos use la aplicación solo en ingles en su teléfono inteligente y en la página web en español también (información en pantalla) >> y algunos criminales les ofrecen poder trabajar desde los la casa ganando más de 3 mil dólares a la semana. >> son distintas cosas es convincente te dicen que si vendes tu tendras procentaje de otras personas también. >> e
at school. he was a victim of bullying in sacramento, california. these kinds of summits are interesting it me because i'm boots on the ground. i am in the trenches every single day and i live in sacramento so i'm at the capitol and we use the word bullying which softens the behavior. this is abuse. it is peer abuse. and our children are crying for help. and the adults who are charged with their well-being turn a blind and deaf ear to it and here's my comment. there are no consequences for failure to comply. nothing with teeth. and i have a dead child who broke under horrendous circumstances where in one of the best schools in sacramento, meraloma, breaks every record going. it is the best. and my son was perceived to be gay and the idea that you could scream out every horrendous word in front of god and everyone and no one did anything, and michael followed policy to a t tomorrow is his birthday. i should be celebrating his 21st birthday. instead, my husband and i, we mourn 4 years. we are no further along. none of our laws, they are not working. this is great. but as a par
and we decided that we would call it seth's law in honor of her, she had been in and around sacramento for a long time. so the legislation in and of itself, i don't think it's going to work miracles, but it is definitely on people's radar now and i think you hear it in the media more and more. the reason we have a suicide barrier and the reason we are having legislation like this is because of the parents and the families because they are the ones that hurt the most and i would imagine part of the therapeutic thing, you've got to tell this story and telling it in the right place and the right time can be very effective. so seth's law does require that if you witness an act of bullying, that you must report it. >> is that for anybody? >> anyone, but particularly teachers. there is a -- sometimes we see things that aren't very pleasant and if you've ever taken it to muni, you know what i mean. your tendency is to turn away. i heard the word faggot on the play ground when i taught. the teachers were intimidated, they didn't want to be seen to have any empathy because that might refle
sacramento cuando impacto al jovencito que dicen, participaba en el peligroso juego de gallina o ingles conocido como "chicken"... ---pilar niÑo nos amplia la informacion... ;01 0:16 1:17 1:36 1:59 2:08 cesar ---hoy el departamento cesar ---hoy el departamento del alguacil del condado de santa clara, take vo salio a explicar porque le tomo tanto tiempo a la agencia detener a tres adolescentes acusados de violar a una joven de 15 aÑos, quien segun sus padres, estaba ebria e inconsciente en una de las recamaras donde se realizaba una fiesta en san jose.. ---la menor se suicido cuando comenzaron a salir fotos del incidente ocurrido a principios de septiembre del ano pasado donde no hubo supervision adulta... ---la victima y dos de los acusados iban a la preparatoria saratoga y el tercer sospechoso a una preparatoria de gilroy... ---la investigacion comenzo cuando un agente escucho rumores de la violacion dias despues del suicidio de la menor... cesar ---mientras que en daly city, la policia ha difundido un video take vo grabado por una camara de seguridad en un centro comercial, que mues
to crime victims in sacramento. sacramento police arrested 26- year-old jamal maurice johnson for investigation of prowling. police say he was found on the balcony of the governor's apartment building in sacramento. the governor said fortunately he wasn't home sunday night when it happened. >> just a few days ago, a gentleman was found on my balcony trying to break-in. i live on top of pf change -- chang on the fourth floor. luckily i wasn't home. >> the governor said three men tried to break into his home in oakland about a year ago. >>> the recent hot weather gave us a sneak peak at summer and a look at whether the air- conditioning worked. the high temperatures and record high winter -- will affect our weather this winter. >> reporter: one must know the state of our transmission line, the dry weather, the summer is not expected to see shortages. >> over all california is looking to be in fairly good shape going into summer. >> reporter: stephanie mccorkle says even with back to back low snow pack winters, run off will be at 85% of normal that's because our state reservoirs
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